Thorpe Ali's "Tujuh Dua Belas (VII XII)" revolves around child kidnapping
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Thorpe Ali's "Tujuh Dua Belas (VII XII)" revolves around child kidnapping

The movie stars Farali Khan in the lead
The movie stars Farali Khan in the lead

12 Apr – The unresolved cases of missing and kidnapped children has inspired Osmosis Production to produce a movie related to the topic, which was aptly named "Tujuh Dua Belas".

Director Thorpe Ali, who spoke about the movie, stated that the title refers to "7am to 12pm", which is the time when most kidnapping would happen.

"We're saying that when such a thing happen, an immediate action needs to be taken. In this movie, the protagonist makes an effort to find the kidnapper," he said.

Farali Khan plays Safia who has to find her kidnapped nephew
Farali Khan plays Safia who has to find her kidnapped nephew

The movie stars Farali Khan in the lead, with cast members including Johan As'ari and Adam Darwisyh. It also casts Indonesian-born martial artist, Chintya Chandranaya.

"Most action films have male character as the mainstay. But in this movie, we are putting a woman as the lead. That is why I chose Farali, since she knows mixed martial arts. The same goes for Chintya," he said.

Thorpe added that he plans to produce a sequel that would combine actors from Malaysia, Indonesia and Cambodia if everything goes well.

The movie, which will be released on 4 May, tells the story of Safia, who has to fight to save her nephew after he was kidnapped by a group of organ traffickers.

"VII XII" is directed by Thorpe Ali (left)
"VII XII" is directed by Thorpe Ali (left)

Related Movies:
VII XII (Malay) (04 May 2023)

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